High Barnet Stations management have been trying a few cheeky tricks to manage with insufficient staff.
Final judgement on the infamous "runaway train" incident on the Northern Line in 2010 recently ended with a fine of £300,000 for London Underground.
Northern Line management thought that they could introduce Transmission Based Train Control (TBTC) onto the Northern Line by cutting and pasting the training from the Jubilee Line.
Last weekend, some bright spark thought it would be a jolly good idea to conduct a mock one-under in order to practise staff response to such an incident. The only problem was ...
Since the beginning of April the Northern Line has not been stopping at Tottenham Court Road.
Northern Line platforms were always 'category A' platforms.
Last Saturday, drivers on the Bakerloo line and at the Northern line's Morden depot again took strike action to demand the reinstatement of sacked workmates Eamonn Lynch (RMT health & safety rep) and
Tottenham Court Road Station is being re-built to make room for Crossrail. But they are attempting to build around the station while keeping it open to the public.
Yesterday, the Bakerloo line was shut down and the Northern line disrupted as drivers took action to defend victimised workmates Eamonn Lynch and Arwyn Thomas.
In a leaked memo, TfL has admitted that a series of 'flaws' led to the potentially-fatal